“Mrs. Fletcher” has reached its end, but there’s reason to hold out hope for Season 2. Though HBO developed Tom Perrotta’s adaptation as a limited series, both the creator and star, Kathryn Hahn, are game to continue Eve’s story in future seasons.
“This ending is an ending of an arc, not an ending of a life,” Perrotta told IndieWire. “So, yes, I think there’s more room. One thing I learned from ‘The Leftovers’ was to just treat every season as if it were the last. But yes, there’s more to tell if that opportunity arises.”
After seven charming, illuminating, half-hour episodes, the series finale closed with a three-way Sunday night — a jarring but fitting conclusion to two coming-of-age stories.
To quickly recap the finale, Brendan (Jackson White) returns home after bottoming out at college, and immediately walks in on his mother, Eve (Kathryn Hahn), at the apex of her awakening.